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  1. [color:"green"] After 25 years, I would like to sell my business. Lincoln Motor Car Supply has established a good reputation for sensible prices, technical information and bringing new products to the market that were not available before.If you have some mechanical expertise and like dealing with LZ enthusiasts, this may be something you may be interested in. It is no secret of the four major vendors, all but one is 65 year old or older. Interest in these automobiles surprisingly has not diminished but is attracting a younger group of enthusiasts who are a generation or two removed from whe
  2. There is no such thing as a filter, for the original gas fuel bowl. There is fine mesh filter if you don't have one I have NOS ones. If your tank is that dirty any filter will clog esp. the finer mesh filters. -George Trickett zephyr@shoreham.net www.lincolnmotorcarsupply.com
  3. Greetings Everyone! I'm selling a 1940 Columbia 2 speed axle with controls will also fit 1938 -39, with some modification of controls. This unit gives you 28% over drive and six speeds forward. Makes your engine sound like it is "loafing" could also be used on 1941 by changing axle shafts and housings. EBay number is 4579597779 and the link is http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayIS...AMESE%3AIT&rd=1 If you have any questions please feel free to contact me via phone or email. Thank you, hope everyone's restoration is going smoothly. -George Trickett www.lincolnmotorcarsupply.com Zephy
  4. Greetings Everyone! I had to re-list the Zephyr due to a screw up with Ebay. Therefore, take a look at 4576646264 or click on the link http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayIS...AMESE%3AIT&rd=1 I added more information and a few more pictures. If anyone has any questions please feel free to contact me. Best, -George
  5. Greetings, We are selling our 1939 Lincoln Zephyr Convertible Sedan Model No. 74 and Body No. 245 on EBay. Please click on the link for details and pass on the information to those who might be interested. This car is a rarity; only eight exists out of 301 built. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=4574929306 If you have further questions please contact us, thank you and happy bidding! Regards, -George Trickett 802-948-2121 www.lincolnmotorcarsupply.com PO Box 72 Orwell, VT 05760
  6. `Noisy lifter people--you have to understand that the Lincoln V-12 has both a high pressure and low pressure oil system. Normal oil pressure of a properly re-conditioned engine should be approximately 60 lbs at startup cold measured by Bordon tube guage attached to the oil line fitting. At a car speed of 3l5-40 MPH the pressure should be 40lbs non overdrive cars. Overdrive cars will show slightly less pressure. The lifters or hydraulic push rods as Lincoln called them are supplied by a low pressure system which maintains a minimum of 4 lbs in the lifter gallery and a maximum of 20 lbs, I
  7. Hi- occasionally I read the forum and the struggle some of you folks go through to get answers.Sadly about fifty percent of the time the answers are wrong or misleading. I suppose thats just the way it has to be. Iwish I had the time to spend on the forum but I don't. I anwer about l500 ca,lls a year via telephone which takes alot of time. Here is some information about sublects raised in recent forum questions.As everybody seems to know, prduction cards were kept on all Lincoln production all hand written,using lots ofabreviations and agreat deal of information is included,.including seri
  8. Mike, Additionally, the Lincoln was the only Ford product that could have a Columbia dual ratio installed at the factory. Ford and Mercury were strictly dealer installed accessories. All Lincoln's from 1937 to approximately February 1939 that were factory installed had a long (164 inch)cable, which came directly of the right rear axle shaft and connected directly to the speedometer head. Thus obviating the need for a speedometer change adapter. All "39" dealer installed axles had the speedometer adapter. You should be aware that the adapter which were attached directly to the speedometer head
  9. Mike, The picture of the speedometer adapter or gear box is clearly a 1939 part used on all factory and dealer installed Columbia axles. It was only used in 1939 and mounted horizontally on the fire wall or as you may know it as the "bulkhead." There was approximatley 16 inch long cable with a special end, which fitted into the out put end of the adapter. That would be the end with the clamp. The original speedometer cable from the drive shaft was screwed into the input end. The arrangement in which you have the adapter attached directly to the back of the speedometer head, was only used on
  10. Greetings, We are now on the web at www.lincolnmotorcarsupply.com Please stop by and let us know what you think. If you have any questions please direct them to our email address at zephyr@shoreham.net Regards, -George Trickett 802-948-2121
  11. Hi, we carry 90 W mineral oil. It's only for transmissions. It can not be used in a rear axle. The price is $9.95/quart. It might go up slightly do to oil prices but we do have it in stock. -George Trickett
  12. Ihave been watching the discussion about the h series V-12 and how to date an engine. You will all be surprised to learn that there were at least 11 different blocks from l1936 to 48. I have had experience for fifty years and know these erngines in my sleep The 36 engine had 2-3/4 bore soolid valve push rods lifters in non ford parlance. The front motor mounts were attached to bolted on brackets to the engine The oil pan h3eld six qts oil. All the later engines held 5.. The 37 block was anew casting,with an improved oil pump,stronger connecting rods,different oil pan,steel bladed fan as o
  13. Victor - we have parts you need. bumperette needs to be re-plated. George Trickett
  14. Jim there are two different heaters used ib 1937 zephyr cars. The early type uses the center outlet ehaust manifold H-9428, the stove or heater box is under the right floor. It is shaped like a flattened oval and lies flat. The later design used an exhaust manifold like that on the left side,part number HB-9428 . This was continued through 1938. The stove was also oval, but was vertically mounted. Some of the duct work was the same for both, but not all of it. I have not been able determine when the change took place, but most installations used the first type. Call me at 802-948-2121 for mo
  15. Gentlemen, The reason I replied was I had not realized the forum existed and that I noticed people were seeking information and in some cases the information that they were receiving was less then useful although well intended. I felt that people should not have to search far and wide if there is someone out there that can give them the correct information. It may appear "self promoting" but as in every field there are some fields that are very good and some that are average. I don't happened be "super" in all of my life's endeavors but on the subject of Lincoln's (30's and 40's) I have not o
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